Ever wonder which story is based on wisdom?
I frequently run into various internet blogger’s commentary and debate by deists vs. atheists commenting their opinions of the existence or non-existence of God.
Three thousand years ago, King Solomon was believed to be the wisest man in the world. He vainly decided he was wise enough to find the answer to everything, including creation. He failed.
However, he wrote his story of Ecclesiastes, a chapter in the Bible. Also included in the Bible is the story of Genesis, a chapter on Creation based on Christian faith.
Keep in mind that ever since King Solomon’s time, each new generation beliefs in recorded history have moved back and forth in a pendulum motion to either affirm or disagree un varying degrees about the existence of God.
I selected three brief internet resource links available on the internet of both sides of the debate. If interested, view the selections keeping in mind the following King Solomon Ecclesiastes verse which I selected to sum up what the wisest man in the world concluded about this pendulum controversy, along with a vast host of philosophers and scientist’s theories that have evolved over time.
I realized that no one can discover everything God is doing under the sun. Not even the wisest people discover everything, no matter what they claim. (Ecclesiastes 8:17 NLT)
Three Selection Links
In My Opinion
The question to ask oneself is what is the source of the various beliefs of the intellects, philosophers, scientists, or the Bible writers.
Frankly, I choose to believe and favor two Biblical story lesson for my life, Wisdom from King Solomon, and Love from Jesus Christ.
I realize atheists dispute the Bible as a source because the Bible is based on faith beliefs rather than agreed scientific proven facts.
However, the one proven fact both atheist and theists will agree upon is that both their own life stories will end when they die in time.
Assuming, King Solomon was right that no one can discover what God has created, which story source will you choose?
Will your story choice turn out to be a Socratic Irony as defined HERE
Will your story source have been” made up” from a human atheistic belief, philosophical theory, or from this story source? HERE.
Will your story source be wise or foolish according to King Solomon, or ironically answered with this conventional exclamation frequently taken from an ancient Biblical verse,,,,,,,,, “God only knows?”
Regards and goodwill blogging.
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Motto of this Blog
What the world needs now in addition to love is wisdom.